Home Ranch Photoshoot

August 3, 2020by Monica Perrone

With over fourteen years worth of hard work and thoughtful design poured into this project, the transformation story of Home Ranch is truly inspiring and one that is worth sharing with all of you. Recently, we had a chance to capture this property and all of its unique features firsthand with an onsite photoshoot. In this blog, we will be highlighting some of my favorite images from this experience, but feel free to visit my previous project profile on Home Ranch here for a quick overview on the history of this property.

Of course, I can’t forget to mention the wonderful photographer who made this experience even possible: Kent Gresham! His attention to detail is impeccable and I thank him greatly for his talents in helping me share the true beauty of Home Ranch with each one of you. He brought his toolkit of latest technology to ensure that we could find the right angle no matter what area we visited during our onsite.

Some of my favorite photos from this photoshoot include the aerial shots we were able to get because of their similarity in looks when compared to my preliminary drawings. When you view these images side by side, you can see the process in which ideas take in order to become reality. From the moment I begin planning a renovation, I try to map out exactly how the space should look once complete taking into consideration my clients’ preferences and dedicate myself to using only the highest quality materials that I know will last for years to come. This is a prime example of what I like to call “when drawings come to life”.

I hope you enjoyed this special glimpse into the highlights from our most recent photoshoot. If you are interested in seeing even more photos taken during this onsite visit, stay tuned for future publications coming soon!

Monica Perrone

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Monica Perrone is a Professional Landscape Architect with over thirty years in her industry. She has lived and worked in various regions of the United States with diverse experience including urban planning, landscape contracting, and event design.


With excerpts from Gardens Are for People by Thomas D. Church.

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